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, concord had it but concord 54 and out of the north napa 65 and santa rosa 66 and oakland 63 just a complete reversal and a half moon bay 49 and that breeze is north, northeast and there is more of a westerly breeze in oakland, north wind at fso, southerly breeze, half- moon bay, it is depending on the temperatures and we'll see temperatures around the coast and right around point ray lighthouse and it is south of that. we are getting sunny weather and it is 35 and snowing. our record snow fall, it is still in the teens and 20s, for us 46 at monterey, 61 sacramento. so there are very warm temperatures and very cool temperatures but the fog usually starts to come around and still warm inland and those temperatures are dependant and 80s for many, they are coming  down 75 degrees and other locations are dropping a good 75 to 80s and it falls a wart and pictures will -- falls apart and cooler on wednesday, that is not a problem and it is holding steady on friday and a little bit warmer on the weekend. >> 6:12, flight delays because of air traffic controller furloughs. >>> what repub
. 25, napa airport. everything is clearing. last hour within the hour, truckee reported some snow and also in tahoe valley, some snow. the system is holding on along the crest of the sierra. but for the bay area, everything is clear skies. it was cold this morning, though. had some upper 20s and 30s. everything looks good right now. the fog has been pushed out to sea. the clouds have been pushed out to sea. it will be crystal clear. great visibility. see some of that rain turning to snow. higher elevations turned to some snow. i know there's been about seven, eight inches. some areas around 7,000-foot level had four to six inches. you can see some developing kind of working its way along topaz lake and mammoth. 60s on the temperatures. everyone is really close here. upper 50s, low 60s. we're inching up. average this time of year, about 63, 71. we'll be close to that today. north wind out at fairfield, 22 miles an hour. northwest at napa, north at santa rosa, that's a signed of things to come. oakland, sfo, livermore, san jose. 27 degrees in tahoe and snow. forget spring. taste of
are in the mid- and upper 30s. dewpoints is an indication of how low it could get. currently in napa it's 63 degrees. by tomorrow morning, napa could easily get down to 35 or 38 degrees. look for frost in the morning hours. it'll be a warmer day tomorrow. i'll get back here at 10:35, the specific forecast high for your city and the details for that warming trend in the five day forecast. we'll see you back here. >> working bolts on the bay bridge. coming up in three minutes revealing new information tonight about tests that could have detected those problems years ago. >> plus the first court appearance in an alleged teenage sex assault case. the latest claim that could lead to a civil lawsuit. >>> water service is just beginning to return to several customers after a water main broke around 3:00 this afternoon. it happened on lorenzo avenue across from a high school. only seven customers are affected but that includes the school. no word yet on what caused the pipe to break. >>> new questions are being raised tonight about those failed bolts on the new eastern span of the new bridge. caltra
, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usually offer better quality. >> surveillance
helps some crimes. >> reporter: frank, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usuall
in napa. 36 in fairfield. these numbers are cool enough to get you some frost. you go out to forestville or further east up toward the davis area. you might see numbers cooler than that. as we go through the next few days the high pressure building in. forget the cold numbers those go away after tomorrow. we see a general upward spike in temperatures and they work their way into the 80s as we go toward the end of the week. it's going to be nice. not hot but nice. the high pressure owning the area. the wind forecast, this computer model shows wind speeds. tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m., this responds with 11-mile an hour wind. and as you go into that's tomorrow morning. as you go into tomorrow afternoon not too bad either. but still breezy offshore. you go out a little shorter and you see the winds go away thursday and friday. that's when you get the big warm up when there's less wind you're going to see the winds trickle down. there won't be a lot of offshore component to the winds and temperatures will warm. forecast highs tomorrow, for cities where you live or near where you live. lots
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